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-old landmark roe v. wade supreme court decision. a live report up next. ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. get at low clearance prices., even tempur-pedic mattress sets save even more on floor samples, demonstrators, and closeout inventory. the year end clearance sale ends sunday at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> it's one of the most personal and decisive issues in the country. abortion. this hour anti-abortion protesters are marching in washington to mark the 40th anniversary of the country's landmark abortion ruling. the roe versus wade decision resulted in a case filed by norma mccorvey. the case was against dallas county district attorney henry wade. in a 7-2 decision, the supreme court affirmed a woman's right to an abortion. the ruling was based on the 14th amendment right to privacy. athena jones is joining us live from washington. set the scene for us here. >> reporter: you ca
court's landmark ruling on abortion in the case of roe versus wade. this morning, new poll numbers show what a majority of the country thinks about this always controversial topic. good morning from washington. it's tuesday, january 22nd, 2013, and this is "the daily rundown." i'm chris cillizza in for the "he lost his voice" chuck todd. let's get right to the first reads of the morning. five years ago, candidate barack obama laid out his vision of the presidency, talking about leadership in an interview with the "reno gazette-journal's" editorial board. >> i think ronald reagan changed the trajectory of america, in a way that, you know, richard nixon did not. and in a way that bill clinton did not. he put us on a fundamentally different path, because the country was ready for it. >> that wasn't the way president obama talked during his first term, but that was the guy who launched his second term yesterday. in an 18-minute address, the president laid out a defense of liberalism, a forceful argument for progressive values. just as president reagan made the conservative movement mainstre
for the annual march for life, 40 years after the supreme court's landmark ruling on roe v. wade. the debate rages on. >>> plus, revolution revisited. we're keeping our eye on egypt's tahrir square, where police and protesters are clashing on the second anniversary of the historic uprising. >>> but first, some breaking news on the president's schedule this afternoon. the president will announce denis mcdonough as the new white house chief of staff. we had heard some rumors about this before and it was heading in that direction, but now it's official. the president will make this personnel announcement at the white house at 12:10 p.m. you're watching "the daily rundown," only on msnbc. denis mcdonough, the president's chief of staff. irishman! [ male announcer ] red lobster is hitting the streets to tell real people about our new 15 under $15 menu! oh my goodness... oh my gosh, this looks amazing... [ male announcer ] 15 entrees under $15! it's our new maine stays! seafood, chicken, and more! ooh! the tilapia with roasted vegetables. i'm actually looking at the wood grilled chicken with porto
of agreement. >> reporter: wade says 10% of the 2 million registered members are sugar daddy and mommies, 90% sugar mantic relationship between two people. the sugar daddy is very wealthy. now branching out with miss travel.com. which connect attractive women with generous men to go on exotic trips. all paid for by the men. 20/20 went along recently with the couple on a weekend trip to cabo san lucas in mexico where they met for the first time. >> hello there, steven. how are you? >> how are you? >> good to meet you. >> reporter: meeting is a little awkward. interrupted by margaritas. >> cheers. >> steven, so nice to meet you. >> you too. >> the first moment i met him. i was very nervous. i am a bit of a hopeless romantic. of course i look to assume all the possibilities. what can happen. >> reporter: the next day, steven takes her sailing on a 52-foot yacht and turns up the romance. >> what is your favorite? >> my favorite part is being here with you. >> oh. >> you know? >> even taking a page from titanic to score the magical first kiss. >> reporter: but you don't have to be a millionaire t
. and an antiabortion walk in san francisco this weekend marks the 40th anniversary of roe . have a good day. wade. the walk for life west coast drew -- roe vs. wade. they headed from the civic center plaza to justin herman plaza. >>> mineta-san jose international airport is trying to find a way to get on sound financial footing. the mercury news reports that the airportee director of aviation is planning to pay some consultants about $100,000 trying to find a way for the airport to cover its debt on a recent $1.3 billion makeover. they need fresh ideas if growth and cost cutting. >> and are the transportation news, san francisco is starting to ticket drivers who don't feed the meters on sundays. after years of free parking issue a new rule went into affect january 1st. up to new issue the city hasn't been enforcing it, just giving out warnings and not citing as. now, the city -- citations and now the city said the ticketing the begin. they will have 20-meter people out there and you will have to pay to park. >> remember that if you're parking in the city. the tickets are up to $70, even over $70.
. >> thanks. >>> this week marks the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade. the supreme court ruling that guaranteed a woman's right to choose an abortion. in washington today, opponents of abortion are gathering, thousands of them, for a rally on the national mall. they're calling it the march for life. cnn's athena jones is there. >> reporter: abortion opponents have been holding this march for life rally every year since the first anniversary of the roe v. wade decision. they start with a rally here on the mall and end at the supreme court because their ultimate goal is to overturn roe v. wade. i had a chance to talk to one person about what he called the importance of personhood laws, laws that define life as beginning at conception. listen to what he had to say. >> the key issue is the idea of personhood. everyone knows biologically that the fetus is a human being. is it human, but is it a person? once you establish personhood, then that changes the whole equation. >> reporter: you heard from an abortion opponent. a majority of people support keeping roe v. wade in place as it is. but the same
wade. from the state where the landmark decision began. >> looking at live pictures, the u.s. capitol, it's snowing in washington, d.c. you can see the snow flakes. a lovely sight. thousands of antiabortion activists gathered for the annual march for life rally. it's time to go inside with the 40th an verse of the rowe versus wade decision in the united states. meantime a new nbc "wall street journal" poll shows for the first time a majority of americans, 54% believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases and 44% said it should be illegal. 70% of americans are opposed to the controversial rowe versus wade decision being overturned. 70% do not want it overturned. our senior medical correspondent travelled to texas where the case began to get a rare firsthand look at the fight over abortion today. >> wolf, this week marks the la wade case. i went back to texas to look at the state of abortion there. roe versus wade began in texas, and 40 years later, the situation here and much of the u.s. is complex. on the one hand, the gov march made this vow. >> my goal, and the goal of many
should be and that roe versus wade should not be overturned and you're a top priority of the republican party is to overturn roe versus wade. that's a real problem. >> very quickly. >> let's quickly look at these issues on the questions of life which the gallup institution has taken 2% to 7% on the pro-life issue -- >> no, let me finish on the issue of gun control you'll have depp democrats running for reelection in states like montana and alaska. we'll not have your viewpoint on those issues and those are issues that cut the other way for democrats. >> karen, ten seconds. >> my point is the republican party needs to accept the fact that the country has changed and the demographics have changed and stop pulling the covers over your head and accept that it's not just about putting lipstick on a pig. >> karen, i know how tough it is to get you on a saturday. so i do appreciate you end? ing some time with us. we'll come back to you guys later in a few weeks. >>> coming up, what can we learn from crashing glaciers and is there hope for our warping pl warming planet? that story next on msnbc
. >> interesting the idea of death by 1,000. we were talking roe v. wade and how you can leave something legal at the top. we are going to stay on this topic. up next, we are going to talk about the history of school desegregation. [ male announcer ] where do you turn for legal matters? maybe you want to incorporate a business. or protect your family with a will or living trust. and you'd like the help of an attorney. at legalzoom a legal plan attorney is available in most states with every personalized document to answer questions. get started at legalzoom.com today. and now you're protected. it just hits you! that nasty odor coming from your washer. you've tried different ways to get rid of it... but they all just hit a dead end. time to say farewell to the smell with tide washing machine cleaner. it goes straight to the source of the stink to lift odor-causing residues off your washer's drum so your washer will smell clean and fresh. there's no room for a stinky washer. tide washing machine cleaner. visit tide.com to find out more. >>> many african-americans of my parents generation believe
for the annual march for life. abortion opponents are marking 40 years since the roe v. wade decision today. today's rally rather, will include a march to the steps of the u.s. supreme court. organizers already calling it the largest human rights demonstration the world has ever seen. in a moment a live report from washington on what is happening there today. martha: so you know what today is? today is tim geithner's last day as treasury secretary of the united states. before he walks out the door he was reflecting a bit on the state of the economic recovery and here's what he said. quote, the president makes fun of me, like always saying we're only in the 2nd inning but in terms of the american economic recovery, we are past the 7th inning stretch says tim geithner. so is he right as he leaves this economy in the hand of the rest of the administration at this point? stuart varney joins me now, anchor of "varney & company" on the fox business network. stuart, when i read that this morning, i thought really? is that really true? are we in the 7th inning stretch of this recovery? what say you
. the prolifes down in d.c. every year and he made a public service announcement roe v. wade. it is scary this is where we are. >> john: it is. the one question i would like to see these guys ask, i've said it before on the show. i have no problem if you're opposed to abortion for moral reasons or religious reasons even though jesus never mentioned abortion but was clearly against the death penalty, even if i were against it and you want to use the legislative process to protect an unborn, it is a free country. you should take full advantage of it. if you want to ignore them as soon as you're born. you're a horrible person. you have a right to do that. however, i want to see one of the so-called journalists say to the paul ryans of the world the mitt romneys of the world ask them one question. once you've achieved your dream america and abortion is outlawed, who deserves longer jailstentions, the women who terminate pregnancies or the doctors who perform them because it went on for a long time before roe v. wade. women with money could always terminate pregnancies. abortion has always bee
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wade decision. charlie joins us from new york, on the republican line. caller: good morning. one morning, the first sergeant announced there were eliminations from the pt test. women could not do it. if you cannot pass your pt test, you cannot be promoted. do not give me the lie that standards are not going to be lowered. they will be. the problem is, we no longer have generals like george patton, matthew ridgway, curtis lemay, and douglas macarthur. that is the problem. host:, for the call, charlie. this is a headline based on the report looking at the issue of sexual harassment in the military and the focus of airforce leaders focusing on culture -- yesterday, general dempsey was asked about that culture of seco -- sexual harassment in the military. this is a portion of what he had to say. >> i believe it is because we have had separate classes of military personnel, at some level. it is far more complicated than that. when you had one part of the population that is designated as warriors, and another part that is designated as something else, i think that disparity begins to e
's march comes the same week marking 40 years since the roe v. wade u.s. supreme court decision legalizing a woman's right to abortion. meanwhile, activists from the group stop patriarchy.org staging a counterprotest today in d.c. as well. doug mckelway's live from the national mall and, doug, what can you tell us about the crowds behind you? >> reporter: you know, it's hard to gauge at this point, arthel. it looks a little bit smaller than in years past, but the program is just literally started moments ago, and this crowd has a way of filling in just at the last moment. is so i don't want to gauge the size of it yet. i think people are still arriving here, and it's growing and growing especially on this very, very cold day. we're expecting to hear from a lot of politicians in the next few moments or so. speaker john boehner will be speaking via video link, and we'll also be hearing live from former pennsylvania senator and presidential candidate rick santorum as well as present senator rand paul of kentucky. the pro-life movement is at a key juncture right now. one recent gallup poll whi
. reeves grogan was arrested once he came down. >>> 40 years after roe versus wade, the landmark ruling is still the law of the land. and recent survey found it's likely to stay that way. the pugh survey found that although most religious groups think it's morally wrong, they support overturning it. >> the sound of gunfire at a wisconsin hospital. a fire arm discharged during an incident involving a county deputy and a prisoner who was currently a patient at the aurora lakeland medical center. a spokesman says it was an isolated incident. >>> an american pastor jailed in iran for his religious beliefs appeared if iranian court on monday. he's been in custody there sense september. the state run news agency reported he would soon be released on bail but his wife said the court rejected the family's attempt to pay. she and her lawyer say the bail was $116,000. the court apparently rejected it on a technicality. >>> prince harry is home today from his second tour of duty serving the british army in afghanistan where he admits he killed some members of the taliban. the 28-year-old british r
, ladies and gentlemen, 1973, row v. wade. we celebrate that as well, and we're not going to go back. keep going? all right. i got all of that cleared up. the interim chair, lord knows, you get your moment, but i just don't want anything subtracted from my 15 minutes because when my time comes, i want all my minutes. this is not part of my minutes, but i'm helping as any woman would do for another sister. at this time, the chair, the only chair, would accept a motion to suspend the rules and elect congresswoman wasserman-schulz by acclamation. hallelujah. so moved. all those in favor -- is there a second? i heard it through the grapevine. all in favor signify by saying, aye. all those opposed? good. that sounded unanimous to me. ladies and gentlemen, fellow democrat, it gives me great pleasure, please help me congratulate our reelected chair to the democratic national committee, congresswoman wasserman-schuz, and it's my pleasure again to turn the meeting back to our fearless leader, congresswoman, who can conduct the rest of this meeting. [cheers and applause] >> thank you so much. [appla
and the gay-rights movement, could make this a mistake that we made four years ago with roe v wade, that we did not allow the democratic process, the legislative process, the social process of debate and acceptance and so on to run its course. we trust that with a ruling by the supreme court and we have been in the streets for over four years and probably will be for another 40 because we did not allow the legislative process to continue. if you did speak to those, thank you very much. guest: on the recess appointments -- host: what was the decision the caller was referring to? guest: the president's appointments during a recess period or unconstitutional. he waited for congress to be out for a couple of days and pushed through four confrontation -- controversial appointments to the new labor relations board and of -- and it includes the cordray appointment. the recess appointment clause was created for a different purpose. when i testified in congress, i said i believe that all these recess appointments or unconstitutional. the court of appeals actually agrees with that position. it unanim
that the estimates are 50 to 55 million unborn americans have been aborted since roe v. wade was decided. it is true of those who are at the end of their live who is will be treated under obamacare. i think it can lead to a disrespect for life more broadly. i think we need to do everything to infiltrate the respect for life which, frankly has been growing to the surprise of many. public opinion is moving toward the pro life direction in recent years. i think hopefully it will continue to move in that direction. i don't think it is a alba tross around our necks. if you look in swing districts where republicans lost. they did not lose because they were pro life. they lost because, you know, votes on taxes or spending or regulations or so forth. it is very rare to find republican politician who is have lost because they are pro life, i think. >> let's glance in on gay marriage. people say like us, you have to give up your view of marriage if you want to win another election. do you think they have a point? >> i don't think they do. i'm a supporter of traditional marriage. that is not disrespect for gay
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